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Experiment TitleDescriptionExampleComments
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1Policy & RegulationRegulationPreventativeDeep Code < > Built-environment
Place-based Regulatory
Sandbox for Mental Well Being
What if we created a sandbox to re-think public services and regulation starting from the perspective of mental health? Because many of the new health technologies and models of care that could improve mental health outcomes sit outside current regulatory boundaries and practices. This neighbourhood or city-district sandbox would enable us design, test and adapt a wide range of mutually coherent interventions and thereby understand the possibilities, risks and success conditions for radical new approaches across the public, private and community sectors. Care Sandbox (Scotland):
A sandbox for care homes who wished to change
compliance around nurses on duty (to replace with
carers) - 69 out of 88 requests
Time (Temporal)
_TREATMENT
_PREVENTION
_THRIVING
_A NEW EQUITABLE
HUMAN-MACHINE-ECOLOGY
RELATION
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2Health & wellbeing at workOutcome-based contractsPreventativeSocietal &
Built-environment
Smart Rental Agreements
for Positive Performative
Outcomes in the Workplace
What if the rent for workplaces wasn't just about square meters but about how spaces contributed to well-being? As more and more is known about how spatial configurations play a role in positive performance, such factors could become part of smart contracts, so that measurable actions for improving outcomes can be the basis of rent reviews. This experiment would give insights into whole new ways of operating real estate business models and into practical news ways of implementing new mental welfare practices to support human development.We Are They (UK):
A speculative design project presents a proposal to reclaim the social value of architecture to create a more equitable urban environment

www.royalacademy.org.uk/exhibition/invisible-landscapes
Spacial (Scale of innovation)
_INDIVIDUAL
_SOCIAL NETWORK eg. communities, neighborhoods
_ENVIRONMENTAL & SOCIETAL eg. cities, cultures, financing
_DEEP CODE
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3Health & wellbeing at workEmotional labourPreventative < >ThrivingDeep codeEmployment Contract that Value Emotional LabourWhat if employment or contractor contracts were focussed on enabling people to care deeply about what they do? Because the traditional contract seems more and more out of sync with what we know is valuable in many so many roles, namely craftsmanship, empathy and holistic responsibility-taking. Finding ways to re-cast contracts around this across the economy, putting more subtle factors front and centre rather than reductive KPIs, could revolutionise HR as a profession 'from the contract up'.Buffer (USA):
Buffer is a software application for the web and mobile, designed to manage accounts in social networks. Around 2014, a company explored the use of employee pledges to all team members at Buffer. Alongside the employment agreement, the pledge shows trust and culture of caring within the interest of a particular area of the company’s ethics.

www.open.buffer.com/employment-agreement-pledge
Areas from Almedalen
1-1_SOCIETY
1-2_CITYSCAPES
1-3_INVESTMENT/FINANCING

2-1_WORKPLACE
2-2_SCHOOLS
2-3_EXISTENTIAL/SPIRITUAL HEALTH

3-1_INDIVIDUAL STIGMATIZATION
3-2_THE ROLE OF STARTUPS
3-3_CONTINUING THE MOVEMENT
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4Caring neighbhouhoodAmateur economyPreventative < >ThrivingSocial network < > Societal &
Built-environment
People’s Sheds
- Growing the Amateur Economy
What if we regenerated neighbourhoods around the amateur economy, enabling networks of passionate local traders, doers and makers to connect with each other? Because informal places that bring people together to tinker, like Australia's 'men's sheds', can support people out of loneliness and depression – and when projects and places enable people to connect with each other around the things they love, this can change communities. This could unlock a next generation of sheds, vegetable patches, furniture repair, amateur radio stations, community events and model workshops - creating valuable local sources of income, and boosting older people's mental health.Men’s Sheds (UK):
Men's sheds movement promotes men's health and wellbeing overall. There are over 400 Men's Sheds open, and over 10,000 shedders/members— a place to pursue interests, skills and making.

www.menssheds.org.uk
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5Health & wellbeing at workTaxationPreventativeSocietal &
Built-environment < > Deep code
Tax Breaks for Mental
Well Being
What if companies got tax breaks for investing in the mental health of their workforce? We know corporate actions can harm or promote human well-being, and government tends to pick up the tab for corporate malpractice. Experimenting with this would create demand for a better evidence base, richer data infrastructure, employee support models and for changing long-term behaviours. B-Corp movement (Global):
A compliance-focused mission to certify companies for social and environmental values. B-corp certified companies faced challenge of maintaining their social and environmental values while raising capital.

www.bcorporation.net
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6Care technology & preventative capacity

Procurement, Accounting & Finance

Impact financingThriving / Preventative Deep codeSmart Social Impact
Financing 2.0
What if a next generation of social impact investment benefited from the revolutions in blockchain and artificial intelligence? The challenges of social impact bonds remain with high transaction, evaluation and on-going monitoring costs. With digital technologies reducing transaction costs, it is time to design and test more dynamic outcomes accounting and price discovery mechanisms for various social and sustainable outcomes, enabling us to promote broad long term shared values instead of only looking at cost avoidance.The Rockefeller Foundation and the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth (Global):
A joint, $50-million investment over five years to build the field of data science for social impact. Building on The Rockefeller Foundation’s leadership in social impact and the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth’s innovative approaches to data philanthropy, the collaborative will identify key priorities and investment opportunities to accelerate data for good.

www.rockefellerfoundation.org/blog/introducing-data-science-social-impact
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7Caring neighbhouhoodJobTreatment
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Preventative
Societal &
Built-environment
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Deep code
Real-time Open Job Markets
What if we created a real-time, transparent platform for the job market? Because we have seen how social media job ads have raised concerns about intransparent algorhythms and discriminatory practices and jobs - growing anxiety and stress levels aroud fundamental life opportunities - but tech progress could also create a market place where the hiring process is more open, efficient and inclusive? We could pioneer a platform for instant and open job postings across industry, agencies and recruiters, generating transparent data on labour demand and supply and providing fair opportunities for all. Open Jobs (UK):
Open jobs is a unit within Nesta that aims to help individuals, organisations and governments to take more informed labour market decision by using open jobs data. The unit works with local and national partners to improve the efficiency and inclusiveness of their labour markets.

www.nesta.org.uk/blog/open-jobs-making-labour-markets-smarter-and-empowering-jobseekers/
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8Biological conditionsNutrientsPreventativeSocial network
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Built-environment
Intuitive & Holistic Food LabellingWhat if we pushed the limits of technology and design to create food labelling that is actually meaningful to people? Because we know the importance of nutrition for (mental) health, and we know that current labelling systems don't connect with people - nor do they enable awareness of supply chains nor impacts on other humans and the planet. Using next generation augmented & mixed reality technology as well as new packaging designs we could test a full landscape of information systems looking at food provenance, nutritien content and health impacts, enabling people to combine information in ways that matter to them and change collective behaviours.Provenance (UK):
Provenance is a digital platform that gathers and presents
information about food products and their supply chains

www.provenance.org
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9Biological conditions

Noise pollutionPreventativeSocial network
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Built-environment
Hush City Experiments on Policy & Regulation
What if we created machine readable policies that connect to state of the art evidence on visual and noise pollution to create dynamic, outcomes-based regulation? We increasingly understand how disturbances in the sensory experience of the city (e.g. noise pollution, blue lights, visual noise) influence human cognitive functions and psychological wellbeing. We could create place based experiments and reguatory sandboxes that collaboratively explore alternatives to a particularly insidious issue.Sounds of New York City (USA):
Citizen scientists help address NYC’s noise by annotating audio clips for machine learning technology. SONYC helps label different urban soundscapes recorded by our sensors and train machine learning technology to mitigate sources of noise pollution.

www.zooniverse.org

Conscious Cities Movement
https://www.theccd.org/
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10Policy & regulationPlayPreventative
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Thriving
Built-environmentThe Right to Play
– Playful spaces for all
What if we explored issues of play in the city – across the generations – with a Right to Play? Our city planning has become more and more transactional and underestimated the importance of play to humans. In an era where most cities have more car parks than playgrounds we could humanise environments and learning opportunities through playfulness at work, at home and the everyday public realm. Approaching this through the perspective of Rights could explore deep implications for such diverse realms as labour legislation, the care system and housing.The Right to Play (UK):
Wales introduced a Play Policy in 2002, emphasising the need for the provision of play environments and a detailed implementation plan with funding specifically for play.

www.playwales.org.uk/eng/rightoplay
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11Biological conditions

Indoor air pollution PreventativeBuilt-enviornemntPioneering Tools for Indoor Air Quality
Measurement & Improvement
What if we used technology to pay as much attention to indoor air pollution as to the harm awaiting us outdoors? With people now often spending 90% of their time indoors, indoor pollution is becoming more of concern worldwide than it ever has been before, prompting governments, scientists and companies to take a closer look at precisely what we’re breathing in behind closed doors. We could create new standards and open source tools to measure indoor environments and the measures to address indoor air quality, combining affordable IoT and open source tools to understand real-time indoor issues and reduce environmental harms together with citizens - thus unlocking awareness and innovative trajectories to improvement.InAirQ (Europe):
InAirQ is an international project aiming to assess the health risk of indoor air pollutants on a vulnerable population (i.e. children between age 6 and 14) and to take actions to improve the indoor environment in school buildings in Central Europe.

www.interreg-central.eu/Content.Node/InAirQ/InAirQ.html
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12Biological conditionsLight pollutionPreventative Built-enviornemntDark Sky Places for Better Human Well-beingWhat if we really took seriously the evidence on how light pollution harms human well-being? Because we know it harms human health by disrupting our circadian rhythms, messing with our melatonin levels and generally contributing to sleep disorders. We could unlock the combination of next generation technologies, dynamic regulation and multi-parry contracts to create 'dark sky zones' in our cities, restricting light pollution alongside other pollution control mechanisms.Dark Sky Communities (Global):
A town, city, municipality or other legally organized community that has shown exceptional dedication to the preservation of the night sky through the implementation and enforcement of a quality outdoor lighting ordinance, dark sky education and citizen support of dark skies.

www.darksky.org/our-work/conservation/idsp/communities
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13Collective/relational welfare WelfarePreventative
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Thriving
Social network Pro-Social Public Services
- Unlocking the Power of Relationships
What if we redesigned public services like old age care and job-seeking around human beings' naturally sociable instincts? Because the 20th Century public services model all too often atomises and isolates people, dismissing the role of prosocial motivation in achieving outcomes - whether for those working inside the public sector or those receiving benefits and other services. We could prototype and test new mechanisms to share, donate, co-operate and contribute to the well-fare of others, activating people and connecting them to others through new forms of service design and innovating the back-end of cost and value accounting within government. Backr’ Service (UK):
"A relationships based approach to employability and employment outcomes for those out of work and for those in work. The underlying premise for the Backr initiative is a recognition that individuals’ capabilities (soft skills), are a crucial and currently under-utilised component in addressing a range of social issues, including employability."

www.participle.net/includes/downloader/NDA5MjllNjkxMTU2NDhmMTFhYWFjNjk0ZDc0MjVlZDULn1qAQrzbHc7E1kai4smYa25iUjE5VmF3UHVucUVyeld4bEMvWmhaWFVjWHV0QzdoK0l3WXNkZ1dtZDRHUW56YWpnL2ZIRmczNmpHb1RJV0dkZnVyTGtTZ0laUmJuNmJxd1VjaFE9PQ
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14Collective/relational welfare WelfarePreventative
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Thriving
Social network
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Built-environment & Societal
Next Gen UBI Trial Design
- The System around the Universal Payment
What if we designed the next series of UBI trials with the entire support ecosystem in mind instead of just the montly payment? Because everyone by now has heard about that Finland basic income trial left people happier, but not always in work. Knowing that UBI cannot be a silver billet and therefore has to be part of a systemic shift in welfare and economic development, in Stockholm Region we could design a broader trial that also create the support structures (tailored learning opportunities, start-up support, peer networks....) to would form a truly new way to invest in the future of citizens and their crativity, passion and drive.‘Youth Basic Income’ programme (South Korea):
Gyeonggi province, the most populous region in South Korea, will be launch Youth Basic Income programme. The program will unconditionally give one million Korean Won ($US900) in local currency per year to 24-year-old residents.

www.digitaljournal.com/business/young-koreans-to-be-given-833-in-basic-income-trial/article/548179
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15Policy & RegulationHealth dataPreventativeDeep codeNew Trust Ecosystems around Health DataWhat if the twin goals of greater control for citizens and greater value for the public would drive a deep redesign of our (mental) health data infrastructure and interfaces? Because the absence of proactively designed health data infrastructures that both maximise shared public benefit from health data while respecting privacy and consent (e.g. around linking patient records, diagnoses, genomic and socio-economic and behavioural data), with clear and transparent accountability structures, is becoming ever more of a problem, and is likely to inhibit the emergence of a smarter health field. We could collaboratively design new institutions to grow public trust, rather than these being technocratic or inward looking bodies, and foster a more fine-grained public debate about benefits, risks and trade-offs. Data Trusts (UK):
Data trusts as a framework of agreements between government and industry to stimulate the secure and mutually beneficial exchange of data

www.theodi.org/article/huge-appetite-for-data-trusts-according-to-new-odi-research
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16New services & typologiesQuantified-selfPreventativeIndividual
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Social network
The Shared Quantified Self
- Expanding the Doctor's Data Insight
What if we empowered people to share with their doctors all the data that mattered to them? Because practices like 'social prescribing' (doctors prescribing social activities instead of pills to enable patiens to recover) already show that people's everyday life context matters to their health - and with fitbits and social media data creating a wealth of 'quantified self' data patterns, a whole range of new data could help local doctors make sense of people's lives. With the GP surgery being the front line of health and well-being in our neighbourhoods, we could design and test new digital interfaces that empower people to share what they feel is relevant and thus tackle the underlying causes of many of the wicked challenges we face at a societal level (obesity, poverty, loneliness, unemployment, stress, poor housing, energy poverty, etc.)Propeller Health (USA):
Propeller Health uses machine learning to analyse patient medication data and environmental conditions such as pollen counts and air quality to forecast potential asthma attacks. A digital tool helps understand patient's symptoms, stick to medication plans and build a strong connection to medical support.

www.propellerhealth.com
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17New services & typologiesAI appPreventative
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Thriving
IndividualMental Well Being
AI/Human Digital Coaches
App
- Smart prescriptions,
preventive health and
health regulation
What if latest advances in Augmented / Mixed Reality could create artificial emotional intelligence systems that work alongside humans, assisting with emotional and relationship support enable us to perform better and live healthier and happier? We know the powerful effects that even simple chat-bots can have in supporting vulnerable, isolated people through difficult times. With fast-developing technologies in artificial emotional intelligence, we would be able to incorporate deep contextual understanding and empathy into Augmented Reality systems and explore how these might improve the mental wellbeing and relational/emotional cognitive ability of humans at different moments in their life. JOOL health (USA):
JOOL health helps users find and stay aligned with their authentic life purpose powered by AI and machine learning to help people be their best selves at work and in life

www.kumanu.com
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18Adult learningSelf-authoringThrivingSocial network
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Built-environment & Societal
Next Generation People’s
Schools
What if we reinvented the entire education system around the social skills, emotional intelligence and empathy that truly set us apart from machines? Because we know that automation and AI in combination are going to reconfigure the machine-human relationship, fundamentally redirecting the role of human contributions to our future society and economy. We could develop bold experiments that remake the ‘school’ (from kindergarten to university, and well beyond) for the age of automation, radically growing people’s capacity to be the authors of their own lives by fostering not just their hands and heads, but also their hearts. Scale-free Schools (UK):
Scale Free Schools is a design proposal for a new infrastructure of education in the 21st century, based on the idea that learning is not confined to ‘school’ and that due to our single-use approach to city building, numerous buildings (eg. school facilities) are left empty outside of school hours. This scale-free school strategy focused on growing social capital throughout the city by allowing for flexible use of buildings.

www.ssuu.com/architecture00/docs/scalefreeschools
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19New services & typologiesSocial mediaPreventativeIndividual
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Social network
AI Assisted Social Media
for Arguments &
Disagreement
What if we really acted on what we know about how social media and artificial intelligence is shaping public debate – and create purposeful systems that disrupt 'filter bubbles' and echo chambers? Because the ability to argue and to express our reasoning to others is one of the defining features of humans but more and more of us are looking ourselves into news-sources and discussion platforms with like-minded individuals, becoming more one-sided, less balanced and less understanding of other viewpoints. We could explore next technologies and institutions for engaging citizens in revived democratic digital debates, and the possibilities for actively using behavioural science to limit the societal risks of extremist or conspiracy theorist platforms.The Commons (USA):
A pilot programme that explored interventions to address polarisation on Facebook and Twitter in the USA. The pilot explored how to work with APIs on how to craft reflective conversations on social media to create positive and depolarising change.


https://medium.com/@howtobuildup/building-the-commons-dc60e6ee7b69
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20Procurement, accounting and financeMeasures Preventative
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Thriving
Deep codeNeighbourhood Human
Flourishing Index for High
Automation Economies
What if we created a new set of indicators to understand collective human capabilities as key neighbourhood resilience monitoring? Because measuring 'hard' factors like income and physical health aren't enough to understand risk and potential in communities: in the era of hybrid machine-human intelligence, our critical human capabilities include creativity, courage, collaboration and compassion. We could develop and pilot new types of metrics and Key Performance Indicators for measuring cognitive surplus in the highly automated economy, helping us to expand our understanding of mental health as a critical human capability, deeply interwoven with economic and social outcomes.OECD Better Life Index
To address concerns that standard macroeconomic statistics like GDP failed to give a true account of people’s current and future well-being. The OECD Better Life Initiative includes two main elements: "Your Better Life Index" and "How's Life?". Index allows you to compare well-being across countries, based on 11 topics the OECD has identified as essential, in the areas of material living conditions and quality of life.

www.oecdbetterlifeindex.org
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21Caring neighbhouhoodSense-makingTreatement
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Preventative
Individual
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Social network
100 Fika Conversations Around Mental WellbeingA process to massively increase civic participation. 1,000 table conversation over the region to hear evidence from all the tables and experts with a citizen jury.
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22Adult learningSense-makingPreventativeIndividual
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Social network & Societal
Exploring a Sense of Belonging to Wholeness in the 21st CenturyWhat if we explore a new type of psychological belonging in the human and machine hybrid relationship? How could we deeply be triggered by the sense of belonging in the digital era?
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2324Procurement, accounting and financeCommissionPreventative
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Built-environment & SocietalCommission for the Wellbeing of Entire NeighbourhoodsWhat if we could commission for the wellbeing of entire neighbourhoods rather than just for a specific services for individuals?Compassionate Care Frome, UK
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25Procurement, accounting and financePlanningPreventative
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Thriving
Built-environment & SocietalCaring Neighbourhood Planning for WellbeingWhat if we designed housing and neighbourhoods with caring in mind. What if the design, construction and lifespan of the building encouraged both informal and formal care in the widest sense of the word; multi-generational, affordable co-living space, fully carbon neutral & self sustaining homes.Cityblock, google usa and Canada ‘health hub’
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26Procurement, accounting and financeProcurementThrivingSocietal
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Deep code
Sustainable Procurement to Support Thriving/Flourishing Human CapitalWhat if we used incentives in both positive and negative requirements for changing “short term price optimised procurement” to sustainable procurement to support thriving & sustainable resources & human capital?
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27Caring neighbhouhoodNeighbourhoodsTreatment
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Social networkCollective Tax Penalties for Anti-Social NeighbourhoodsWhat if anti-social neighbourhoods got collective tax penalties or pro-social neighbourhoods got lowered tax thresholds?
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28Policy & RegulationCivic dataPreventative
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Thriving
Societal
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Deep code
Open Civic Data Pools – Creating Permissions and Protocols of Using/Accessing Data for Civic ValuesWhat if we designed open protocols and permissions on use/access of civic data for preventative care economies? e.g. Right of analysis on the data that links with the right insurance mechanisms rather than controlling access of the anonymised data.
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29Procurement, Accounting & Finance
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Collective/Relational welfare
Co-creationPreventative
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Thriving
Individual
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Sociel network
Co-Designed Investment PlanningWhat if we could design a tailored care plan with each individual to suit their specific needs, inviting their families & friends to be part of designing the well being plan? What if public services were see as a co-investment into the better health and wellbeing of that individual?Municipality 3.0, Asker Kommune, Norway
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30Caring neighbourhoodBusiness models
PreventativeBuilt-environment & SocietalCommunity Anchor Institution to Grow Local Business and InnovationWhat if everything we spent could be done locally and help to grow local business/institutions and innovation? e.g. Regeneration, rather than working in silos to deliver “value for money” products and service.Anchor institutions: the present model
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31New services & typologies
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AllocationTreatement
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Built-environment & SocietalAgile and Responsive Wellbeing AllocationWhat we allocated people a support network instead of just a single treatment? What if allocation of wellbeing support was agile and responsive enough to cater for a persons needs – changing how we think of care/wellbeing to see them as a holistic place of infrastructure for wellbeing?Air BnB: Beyond
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32Caring Neighbourhood
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Biological conditions

Sense-makingTreatment Built-environment & SocietalReal-Time Sensible CityWhat if we experienced/sensed real-time health data of the city population, analysis of environment/biological data?
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33New Services & TypologiesCollective healthcarePreventative
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Individual
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Place-based Diagnostics: From Individual to Collective HealthcareWhat if we reimagined/reshaped a healthcare system that recognise the interconnected nature of health rather than individual focused healthcare system?Healthy me, Patients Like Me (iCarbonX)
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3534Preventative capacityCodePreventative
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CodeCamp for Digital-HealthWhat if we designed a programme to develop algorithms and coding languages that learn from a human(e) point of view for digital health?
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3736Biological conditionsQuantified-selfPreventativeBuilt-environmentQuantified Blocks e.g. Access to Healthy Food, Air Quality, Awareness on Causes of Diabetes, Glucose Level etc.What if we could create a test-block to monitor metrics associated with health with all residents (access to healthy food, air quality, awareness on causes of diabetes, glucose level etc.)?
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3839Biological conditionsAir pollutionTreatmentIndividualAR (Augmented Reality) Visualisation of Air PollutionWhat if we used AR to create an experience of air pollution to help us understand environmental issues through immersive empathic data storytelling?
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40Biological conditions
CommunityPreventativeSocial networkCommunity-Owned Monitoring (Biosystem 2.0)What if a neighbourhood could invest and create a community-owned venture to provide development monitoring – air pollution, noise pollution, water quality, food nutrition and microbiome – that generate a real-time heat-map and influence collective behaviours? e.g. Sending a suggestive text message to citizens for social benefits.
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ParticipationThriving Individual
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Social network
Participatory CitiesHow can we create opportunities for residents to creates spaces in public areas which they can take ownership over? How can we give municipalities the opportunity to find out which cognitive, emotional, or social needs are not being addressed in current commercial or public spaces?
What if we could set up a demonstration neighbourhood where everyone in the communities actively grows new projects and build support platforms to transform lives and cities? Projects are ranging from raising R&D funds/grants to identify the structural changes in a human and machine system to co-creating future Sci-fi stories/scenarios.
Barking and Dagenham are two discricts in London which have been experimenting with various means of involving citizens in community building and city planning. They are building networks through the 'Every One Every Day' initiative where the goal is "to co-create the first large scale, fully inclusive, practical participatory ecosystem".

http://www.participatorycity.org/
https://www.weareeveryone.org/
Combined with Almedalen - Postcode club
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42Caring NeighbourhoodReflectionTreatment
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Built-environment Public Spaces for Caring and ReflectionThe idea of wellness has become overwhelming to many people and individuals are taking increased responsibility for proactive care of themselves. At the same time the health care system is working reactively to treat illness. How can we created spaces where individuals can be supported by collective intelligence, and where health care actors can take responsibility for supporting individuals and communities in promoting proactive care, wellbeing and ultimately a thriving society.
What if we could create spaces in schools, outside primary care centres, or in public spaces where health care specialists could facilitate conversations with individuals or groups, or activities related to relaxation (meditation, wellbeing, etc.)
What if our city had urban space for contemplation and provided reflecting time to meet spiritual ourselves in between neighbourhood, alleys or parks. What if we were moving away from transactional city design to spiritual abundance?
Cheonggyecheon, The High Line ?
Combined with Spaces where we share responsibility/accountability for mental wellness
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43New Services & TypologiesCareTreatmentIndividualSleep PrescribesWhat if we could break the stigma of sleep as laziness and create reverse conditions for (un)sleepless city? What if cities created a zone for reducing sleeping gaps?
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4544New Services & Typologies
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P2PTreatement
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Individual
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Open Badges + Peer Coaching LicenseWhat if we co-designed a digital open badges for corporates and SMEs to promote their organisations support mental illness. Fully open source badges to qualify their contribution to support employees and families. A temporary licensing/training programme for people who overcome mental health issues to provide coaching & counselling sessions to others by connecting with non-clinical supports.
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46Caring NeighbourhoodGardeningTreatement
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Preventative
Social networkEdible Garden / FoodscapingWhat if we used community gardening or hydroponics to alter our communities and the ways which we consume food? How could this be incorporated into cities or homes in other ways than it has been already? Urban agriculture has seen to increase wellbeing and awareness of the community and the role of food, how could we build upon that?
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47Purpose/spiritual intelligence (individually and collectively)
Long-life learningPreventative
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Thriving
SocietalAdult Learning for Spiritual IntelligenceWhat if there would be centres where we could be given tools to develop spiritual intelligence? What if mindfulness, meditation and yoga could help to bring us to a better awareness of our bodies, our thoughts, and our surroundings and could equip us to pursue meaning in a ways which are not dependant on the roles we've traditionally taken at the workplace or at home? What would that look like? What would it lead to?
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48Health & Wellbeing at workFundsPreventativeSocietalInnovation Funds for Mental WellbeingWhat if an insurance company could invest a fraction of their profits into funding social ventures which work proactively to develop wellbeing
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4950Health & Wellbeing at workLong term benefitsPreventative
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Societal
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Deep code
Wellbeing Declaration 2.0: Education in Long Term Benefits of Creating Thriving WorkplacesWhat if we could educate leadership and executives on the long-term benefits from investing in making workplaces more conducive to wellbeing?
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51Policy & Regulation
Policy makingPreventativeSocietal
Networks of Policy Labs for Co-designing Wellbeing RegulationsSweden currently has regulation directing best practices to reduce stress and increase well being at work (OSA), how could be make this policy actionable? In a policy lab we could gather actors and govt agencies to together create means of educating and implementing policy.Education of municipal employes in Järfälla and Nynäshamn (backed by ESF fund)
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School, workplace and communityPreventativeSocietal
Applying 5 Ways to Wellbeing in School, Workplace and CommunityWhat if we could utilise the framework for the 5 ways to wellbeing (connect, be active, take notice, keep learning and give) and design interventions in order to work on all fronts in the workplace, in schools, or in health care?5 ways to wellbeing

"Evidence suggests that a small improvement in wellbeing can help to decrease some mental health problems and also help people to flourish."

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/five-ways-to-mental-wellbeing
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53Adult learningNew model of learningTreatment
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Preventative
Societal(Homework) Free Schools
What if we removed homework from schools in order to reduce stress among students as well as teachers in order to allow them on learning during class hours, as well as being able to learn about life outside of work & schooling?Education system in Finland - In Finland, they have abolished homework and it turns out to contribute to better learning and results and that teachers are less stressed and can focus planning lectures.

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54Caring NeighbourhoodProxyPreventative Individual
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Relatable Proxy
– New Ways of Sensing Mental Wellness
What if we could create an avatar or proxy for ourselves that could help us reflect on our wellbeing and prompt us to take care of ourselves? What if this avatar could age and give us perspective on what we would value in the future or on how we have changed? How could this enable us to think and act more long term?https://replika.ai/
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55New Services & TypologiesFuturecastingTreatement
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Mindshift Future ScenariosHow can we collectively envision the future of mental health? What scenarios can we think of which would give us direction in creating a society where people thrive? How can we use the movement to transform our ways of working and taking care of each other?
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56Adult learningBiasPreventative Societal(Unconscious) Bias Training / Programme
Bias/leadership programmes to teach transformation skills
Bias / leadership programmes to deal with bias, programmes e.g. transformatiion skillshttps://rework.withgoogle.com/subjects/unbiasing/
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In-game Wellness Coaching for Gamers What if we could give gamers a way of getting support to notice signs of stress and mental illness before they become a serious problem? What if we could provide this ability in-game through support communities or groups of gamers who have experience and can help others take action early?"The Haven is an 18+ peer support chat. We have a thriving community of over 4500 members, ranging from people living with mental illness to friends, family, loved ones, and folks seeking emotional support. The vision for this project is to offer peer support to people who feel isolated and a place where they can feel at home."

https://www.thehaven.support/
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Sensible Stress at WorkplacesHow can we use data from activity trackers, or pulse, HRV, or sleep monitors to produce analytics which facilitate reflection and self-awareness, as well as providing a starting point for discussing the issues in the workplace or in schools?Linkura montors HRV in order to give feedback on which events are stressfull and which ones prompt recovery

https://www.linkura.se/
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Mentorship Programme Care coins for intergenerational care and mentorshipWhat if we could provide the opportunity for senior citizens to mentor students or young adults in their respective professions, and at the same time provide accessible services to the community? What if a retired carpenter could take on an apprentice and take on jobs at a reduced cost and pace? How could this facilitate coaching and knowledge transfer, and the ability to create meaningful relationships in the local community?
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Community Meals for the ElderlyWhat if old age homes shared a dining room with a school or community centre? How could we improve the quality of food and at the same time provide opportunities to connect across generational lines? What other synergies would emerge if we placed old age homes, schools, and daycares in closer proximity to each other? (Imagine elderly contributing to running a bakery, or a dog daycare facility).
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6162Adult learningNew learning modelsPreventativeSocietalPracticing Appreciation in SchoolsHow can we give students the opportunity to express appreciation? Imagine at the end of the lesson at the end of the day that students could practice expressing appreciation to each other by saying it or sending an SMS.
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63Adult learningNew learning modelsPreventativeSocietalMore than Physical EducationWe have physical education in schools, what if we could have mental education? What if at the end of every gym class finished with 15 minutes of yoga, meditation, or group discussion which was centred around themes of how to increase recovery, reduce stress, and find wellbeing at schools?http://www.bunkeflomodellen.com/
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Connecting in Unexpected Ways
Civic square space for unexpected connections eg. Park time or Postcode Club(49)
What if seating was randomised every month and students were given the opportunity to sit next to people they didn’t know? Or what if students were encouraged to interview each other for a common project so that they were given an opportunity to get to know each other better and discover common interests?
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SchoolPreventativeIndividual20% Time at SchoolWhat if a part of students curriculums was giving back to society, or choosing a cause that they could work with? What would happen if we took the concept of Google’s 20% time, and gave students the opportunity to work on projects which would improve their schooling, or society? What would that look like?Google has allowed employees to devote 20% of their time towards working on side projects
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AI coachingPreventativeIndividualAI companionship, AI robots for 24/7Replika was founded by Eugenia Kuyda and Phil Dudchuk with the idea to create a personal AI that would help you express and witness yourself by offering a helpful conversation. It’s a space where you can safely share your thoughts, feelings, beliefs, experiences, memories, dreams – your “private perceptual world.”
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